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Power is viewed as an individual's ability to control valuable resources. Status means the respect that an individual receives as a result of his skills and abilities. And that both of them affect the nature of the individual's dealings with others, and that the individual's knowledge of the level of his strength and his position within the organization is important in drawing the limits of dealing with his colleagues at work, so the aim of the current research is to know both the perceived strength and status of the employees of the Midland Refineries Company. The researcher used the measure of perceived strength and status to achieve the objectives of the research and applied it to (300) employees. The results indicated that the employees have a low perceived power, and a high perceived status. We conclude from these results that the nature of the prestige gained by providing help and advice to others facilitates the enjoyment of a high prestige level. On the contrary, power is given formally.
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